by Worthington Daily Globe
April 11, 2013 at 5:25 pm in Worthington Daily Globe
WORTHINGTON City crews have been working non-stop to clear tree debris and snow from streets after a storm slammed into Worthington Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Continue Reading
Tags: clean-up, ice, power, snow, storm 1 Comment »
A list of providers is being developed by City Hall and can be found on the city’s website or by calling City Hall.
A link to the list on the website would be helpful.
Also, is it safe to assume that the annual spring clean up of junk will be postponed or will it go on as scheduled?
If state and or federal aid is available, what, if any, will be available to home and business owners to clear away damaged trees and branches and whom should citizens contact?
Much gratitude to all who have done what they can to keep the power on and keep it on, those clearing away the snow and tree branches, those repairing power lines and poles and whatever else has been done.
Being without power for as long as we did makes you realize just how much we rely on it and how much it sucks being without it.
So thankful for the backup diesel generators providing enough power to keep the rolling blackouts going to keep the homes reasonably warm and prevent food spoilage.
It could of been so much worse.
Everyone, please be mindful when under trees. Branches could still fall.
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